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Adobe Delegates Head to New York for a Week Full of Photography

Next week, more than 20,000 photographers will meet in New York City to learn from some of the industry’s most prominent artists and instructors. On Monday, October 22, events will kick off at this year’s Photo Plus Expo and ShootNYC events, and Adobe will be at both to connect with today’s photography professionals and enthusiasts.

Below you’ll find a schedule of Adobe‘s sessions in New York, including several engagements at PPE and ShootNYC. Also enjoy a free Julieanne Kost seminar at B&H on Monday and a free movie screening on Saturday. Registration is required for all events, so if you’re interested in attending, click on the event links and make sure you’re enrolled before they fill up.

Monday, October 22
B&H Superstore
420 9th Ave. at 34th St.

4 pm: Adobe Photoshop CS6 for Photographers­­ — Julieanne Kost

Learn how to retouch images in Photoshop CS6 with astonishing ease and fine control with the magic of Content-Aware technology. Use intuitive new video tools to create videos directly within the familiar Photoshop environment using footage from your DSLR and other cameras.

Photo Plus Expo
Javitz Convention Center
655 West 34th St. at 11th Ave.

Thursday, October 25

8:45-11:45 am: Photographer’s Workflow: Using Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 to Accelerate Processing and Improve your Photos — Julieanne Kost

If you want to stay ahead of the competition, you must know how to use Lightroom and Photoshop to their fullest potential. Let Julieanne Kost, Adobe Systems’ Digital Imaging Evangelist, provide the tools you need to maximize your productivity and avoid timely repetitive tasks.

1:30-3:30 pm: The Ultimate Lightroom 4 Experience for Photographers — Jared Platt

Take your photography portfolio and your individual events from good to great and save time in the process. Come and learn how to tap into the power of positive selection and decisive developing techniques in Lightroom 4.

4-6 pm: On the Road with Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 — Nevada Wier

In this engaging session, Wier will share her images and describe how she manages digital workflow in different travel situations using Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6. She explains how she uses import presets, then edits, manages and prepares files for various uses while in the field, as well as after returning to her studio. For more information on Nevada Wier, visit the Lightoom channel on YouTube.

Friday, October 26

8:45-11:45 am: Retouching Power with Photoshop CS6 — Suzette Allen

Get your retouching up to maximum speed with Photoshop CS6 and the fastest techniques for faces and places you’ve ever seen! Utilize awesome Photoshop CS6 features like Content Aware Fill, Move and Heal, Puppet Warp and Liquify.

11:45 am: Presenting at Creative Live from PPE — Julieanne Kost

New features in Photoshop CS6 including the improved processing and enhanced controls in Adobe Camera Raw 7, the new photographic blur filters, Adaptive Wide Angle manipulation, Color toning effects, video enhancements and much, much more!

1:30-3:30 pm: New World Workflow—Editing Stills and Video for Multimedia Storytelling — Tyler Stableford

The digital revolution has made it easier than ever to shoot high-quality images and videos—yet editing all the content can be daunting. Using Adobe Lightroom 4 and Creative Suite 6, Stableford reveals how to efficiently organize, edit and process multimedia files for discerning clients.

4-6 pm: The Art of Storytelling — Jeff Medford and Ross Hockrow

Come learn the why’s of storytelling through editing. In this class you will learn the theory of editing and the process of applying it with Adobe Premiere CS6, including L-Cutting, cutting on the action, and pacing your film properly.

Saturday, October 27

8:45-10:45 am: Hidden Gems in Photoshop CS6- Tricks to Improve Your Workflow — Bryan O’Neil Hughes

Learn the time-saving and imaging magic features in CS6 like how Content-Aware Move and Content-Aware Patch speeds up retouching, as well as see many of the new photographic features such as Adaptive Wide Angle and the new Blur Gallery and how they can add to your creative toolbox.

1:30-3:30 pm: Photoshop Touch in Your Creative Workflow — Dan Marcolina

Bring the spontaneity and creativity back into your creative process by using a tablet and Photoshop Touch. Luanne Seymour, designer, author, and teacher from Adobe Systems, will show you ways of creating comps, sketches, and finished pieces on a tablet. Luanne will teach you how to be creative in a way that you can’t in just Photoshop.

4-6 pm: 12 New Things Every 21st Century Photographer Needs To Know — John Paul Caponigro

This discussion of new photographic practices/habits will change the way you think about photography, make exposures, and process them with Adobe Photoshop CS6. Discover the most important, new and mind-blowing possibilities for image-making including panoramic stitches, depth stacking, painting with light, artful seamless distort and more.

LA Venue
608 West 28th St. (between 11th & 12th Ave.)

Thursday, October 25

2-3 pm: Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 for photographers — Bryan O’Neil Hughes

Learn the most current, time-saving workflow via Lightroom and Photoshop CS6.  In this presentation, Bryan will show how these two products combined will dramatically accelerate your post-production while delivering control never before available.

Friday, October 26

12:45-1:45 pm: Photoshop CS6 for photographers — Bryan O’Neil Hughes

Bryan O’Neil Hughes will take you through a tour of Photoshop CS6′s tools made just for photographers and retouchers. The enhancements shown will save time, add polish and bring a new level to your photography.

Saturday, October 27
SVA Theatre
333 West 23rd St.

7-9 pm: Screening of “Jerry Uelsmann & Maggie Taylor: This is not photography”a film from

After the screening, there will be a Q&A with renowned artists Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor. For those interested in attending, view the trailer at

It’s going to be a great week, and we’re looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible in New York.

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